By definition, a subrogation claim allows the innocent paying party, also known as a “collateral source,” to stand in the shoes of the injured party. Generally, a “collateral source” is a private entity, usually a private insurer, or a government agency, which makes payments to a party who has a personal injury claim. Subrogation issues involve the question of which part of a settlement or jury verdict must be used to repay the collateral source for payments made to the injured party.
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